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lulakabula Bombylius major
Bombylius major commented on by lulakabula Denmark10 years ago

Nice!

lulakabula Green Sea Turtle
Green Sea Turtle commented on by lulakabula Hawaii, USA10 years ago

ooh, so nice!

lulakabula Crimson-Speckled Flunkey
Crimson-Speckled Flunkey commented on by lulakabula Western Cape, South Africa10 years ago

oo thankyou that looks right!

lulakabula African marsh harrier
African marsh harrier commented on by lulakabula Northern Cape, South Africa10 years ago

i got confused, african marsh harrier is quite common (this is not an african marsh harrier, ill change it), its the black harrier that is rare
Marsh Harrier: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/African_Mar... (thats my friend holding the bird:) )

Black harrier: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Black_Harri...

lulakabula African marsh harrier
African marsh harrier commented on by lulakabula Northern Cape, South Africa10 years ago

Thanks

lulakabula Egyptian Goose
Egyptian Goose commented on by lulakabula Cape Town, Western Cape, South Africa10 years ago

In South Africa they gather in huge flocks and chill in the fields, especially the wheat fields. Some people think they are a pest and want to hunt them and cook them for lunch. I do not think they are a pest, but I am not sure. Don't they just come down here for a season then go back up again?

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